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Electronic Ignition is Back !!!

Points Based Ignition | Electronic Ignition Upgrade
rgtaylor2
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Post by rgtaylor2 » Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:36 am

Would really like to see the pictures when you have time. Thanks
65 CA77 Dream
66 CL77 Scrambler
69 Triumph TR6

Waggs
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Post by Waggs » Wed Nov 26, 2008 2:33 pm

rgtaylor2
I made a mistake explaining the position of the module. The coils are mounted between the two post on the frame were the old coils were mounted. The module is located above the carburators. Pictures attacted. If you need more please advise.
Attachments
Rear mount for coils
Rear mount for coils
tied both coils together to stablize
tied both coils together to stablize
Right side, Modulr above Carbs
Right side, Modulr above Carbs
Right side module, above carb
Right side module, above carb

rgtaylor2
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Post by rgtaylor2 » Wed Nov 26, 2008 5:04 pm

Waggs, Good shots, where did you pick up your Dyna coils? What is the best thing about your mod?
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66 CL77 Scrambler
69 Triumph TR6

Waggs
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Post by Waggs » Thu Nov 27, 2008 12:55 pm

rgtaylor2
the coils from local honda dealer. I believe they are available most any place.
confidence is the best thing I got from the mod. At this time it runs well for me. I feel I'm getting a reliable and strong fire for my ignition. I only have 150 miles with this set up. I've tried to put it through a test of stop/start, hard accel. top end speed (72mph) , idle around, in town traffic and I even left it out side over night in 27deg weather, it fired right up . The temp. around here is low to mid 40's during the days. Spring and summer may show a little differance. One last thing I have no experience with this bike before I installed the system. I bought it not running. It had been sitting many years. I have a lot to lean about the 305. I'm enjoying it with the aid of this forum. LM helped me with the parts(cables, bars and tank) necessary to make it rideable.

goudreignet
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Post by goudreignet » Fri Dec 19, 2008 2:15 pm

i recently installed the e ignition on my CB77

i made a bracket to install it in front of the battery in between the air filters

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i put some heat sink on the side of the e ignition unit to aid heat dissipation

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it fits like this

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it is nicely tugged in between the air filters but not enclosed so cooling will not be compromised

fred

LOUD MOUSE
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Post by LOUD MOUSE » Thu Jan 15, 2009 6:18 pm

Take a quick look at the front of the tool box and ya can/will find a flat and angular down surface which I attach the brain to. No special parts and in the same area ya installed yours.
Just the way I do things. .............lm

goudreignet wrote:i recently installed the e ignition on my CB77

i made a bracket to install it in front of the battery in between the air filters

Image

i put some heat sink on the side of the e ignition unit to aid heat dissipation

Image

it fits like this

Image

it is nicely tugged in between the air filters but not enclosed so cooling will not be compromised

fred
RIDE IT DON'T HIDE IT!

kenny
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Re: Electronic Ignition is Back !!!

Post by kenny » Wed Nov 25, 2009 5:23 pm

how can I purchase all the parts for the ignition upagrade and will it work for a cb350 thanks for all the help

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